During this period, Shaykh Ibn Bāz, may Allāh be merciful to him, made several attempts, from writing to the authorities and asking them to allow the Shaykh to resume his lessons in the Mosque. And beforehand, Shaykh Ibn Bāz urged the Shaykh to remain patient and to continue giving his lessons.
And he praised his books in a letter, which he wrote with the following text: From ‘Abdul-‘Azīz Ibn ‘Abdillāh Ibn Bāz, to the respected son, the virtuous Shaykh Sulaymān Ibn Nāsir Al-‘Ulwān, may Allāh allow him to attain His pleasure and increase him in knowledge and faith [Īmān]. As-Salāmu ‘Alaykum Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh, To proceed:‘I have examined some of your writings and read some of what you have written in the refutation of Ibn Al-Jawzī and As-Saqqāf and I became very happy with that.
Also, he is the only person alive today that knows the 14,000 lined poem containing the Sharh of Mukhtasar Khaleel, amongst many other texts, all preserved by the Will and Blessing of Allaah (subhaanahu wa ta’aala).
Amongst his family, there is his brother Shaykh Hai wald ‘Udood, and probably the most well known of his family, his nephew Shaykh Muhammad Hasan Ad-Dadoo Ash-Shanqeetee who is currently the Mudeer (principal) of Al-Markaz Al-‘Elmee in the capital of Mauritania Nouakchott (in Arabic Nawaakshawt) .
From the scholar’s lips, extending all the way back to the Messenger of Allāh صلى وسلم عليه .اهللاThis took place on 18/8/1413H.
Later, he traveled to Makkah and sat with the scholars there and received similar licenses to teach in the other books of the Sunnah, Tafsīr and jurisprudence.
And I praised Allāh –Glorified be He –for what he gave you from the comprehension of the religion (Dīn) and your holding steadfast to the predecessors’ beliefs (Salafī ‘Aqīdah) and teaching it to the students and refuting those who oppose it.